KJQ began as the first licensed radio station located in Stockton, California, in 1923. Since then, I adopted the long forgotten call sign for use in many applications, including the call for my LPFM radio station as provided for by FCC, Part 15 rules and regulations.
Although the station is amateur, the studio is complete with professional broadcast standard equipment.
Programming consists of the Top 40 genre, covering the mid 1940's through the mid 1980's. KJQ does not advertise, but will air vintage commercials once heard on AM radio. It's also common to hear PSA's promoting the Second Amendment Right to keep and bear arms.
The station can function through automated computer programming, or the sound of vintage vinyl can be heard from a library of approximately 50,000 records. Music selections are made from racks of 7" 45's, 12" LP's, 10" 78's and 16" transcriptions. This is a collection assembled over 50 years.
With the flood of used radio broadcast equipment on Ebay, you too can build a station of your own and have loads of fun.
As this web site developes, a live stream of KJQ FM will become available. Check back to monitor the progress.
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